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Indonesia

Region:Oceania
Capital:Jakarta
Population:234,181,400
Area (sq km):1,919,440
FIPS Country Code:ID
ISO Country Code:ID
GRN Office:Global Recordings Network Indonesia

About Indonesia

Indonesia is the biggest archipelago in the world. It has 17,508 islands and 5,150 km long.

The Republic of Indonesia was proclaimed as an independent country on 17 August 1945.

At present (2008) the population is about 242 million. This is the 4th biggest population after China, India and USA. There are more than 500 tribes speaking over 1000 languages and dialects. The national language is Bahasa Indonesia. Each tribe has its own dress, culture, art, and special food.

The main religions that the government permits are Islam, Christianity (Catholic and Protestant), Hinduism, Buddhism, and traditional religions.

This country is blessed with fertile land, vast natural resources, and great beauty.

Map of Indonesia

Map of Indonesia

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Abab: Penukal [Sumatera Barat] Recorded language

Abui [Nusa Tenggara Barat] Recorded language

Abun [West Papua] Recorded language

Aceh [Sumatera Barat] Recorded language

Adang-Alor [Indonesia] Recorded language

Ahe: Kanayat`n [Kalimantan Barat] Recorded language

Ajao Group [West Papua] Recorded language

Ajawanini Java [West Papua] Recorded language

Alor: Kecil [Nusa Tenggara Timur] Recorded language

Alsengg [West Papua] Recorded language

Alune [Maluku] Recorded language

Amane Kabo Arui [West Papua] Recorded language

Amarasi [Nusa Tenggara Timur] Recorded language

Ambai [Indonesia] Recorded language

Amber Group [West Papua] Recorded language

Amene Kaiwo Ambai [West Papua] Recorded language

Amuku [West Papua] Recorded language

Ana [West Papua] Recorded language

Anakalang [Indonesia] Recorded language

Anak Dalam [Sumatera Barat] Recorded language

Angkola [Sumatera Barat] Recorded language

Arfu [West Papua] Recorded language

Asmat, Central: Ayam [West Papua] Recorded language

Asmat: Manep [West Papua] Recorded language

Asmat, Pantai [West Papua] Recorded language

Asmat: Saman [West Papua] Recorded language

Asmat: Shuwru [West Papua] Recorded language

Asmat: Waganu [West Papua] Recorded language

Asmat, Yaosakor [West Papua] Recorded language

Atohwaim [West Papua] Recorded language

Atoni: Mollo-miomafo [Indonesia] Recorded language

Aujefor & Mafena Mur [West Papua] Recorded language

Auyu: Bade [West Papua] Recorded language

Auyu, Miaro [West Papua] Recorded language

Auyu: Nohon [West Papua] Recorded language

Awiju [West Papua] Recorded language

Baaja [Kalimantan Barat] Recorded language

Baajek-Ajek [Kalimantan Barat] Recorded language

Bada [Sulawesi Selatan] Recorded language

Badameo [Kalimantan Barat] Recorded language

Badui [Indonesia] Recorded language

Baham [West Papua] Recorded language

Bahasa Indonesia Recorded language

Bajare [Kalimantan Barat] Recorded language

Bajau, Indonesian Recorded language

Bakambai [Kalimantan Barat] Recorded language

Bakati: Lara [Kalimantan Barat] Recorded language

Bakati: Mayak [Kalimantan Barat] Recorded language

Bakati: Riok [Kalimantan Barat] Recorded language

Bakati: Sara [Kalimantan Barat] Recorded language

Bakau [Kalimantan Selatan] Recorded language

Bakua [Kalimantan Barat] Recorded language

Bakumpai [Kalimantan Tengah] Recorded language

Balantak [Sulawesi Selatan] Recorded language

Bali [Indonesia] Recorded language

Bamayo [Kalimantan Barat] Recorded language

Bambam [Sulawesi Selatan] Recorded language

Bambam: Pattae [Indonesia] Recorded language

Bambam: Rantepalado [Indonesia] Recorded language

Bampape [Kalimantan Barat] Recorded language

Banggai [Sulawesi Selatan] Recorded language

Banggai: Buko & Asli [Sulawesi Selatan] Recorded language

Banjar [Kalimantan Barat] Recorded language

Banjar Malay [Kalimantan Barat] Recorded language

Banyadu [Kalimantan Barat] Recorded language

Ba'nyam [Kalimantan Barat] Recorded language

Barapasi [West Papua] Recorded language

Basap [Kalimantan Barat] Recorded language

Batak Karo [Indonesia] Recorded language

Batak Mandailing [Sumatera Utara] Recorded language

Batak: Simalungun [Sumatera Barat] Recorded language

Batak Toba [Sumatera Barat] Recorded language

Batangkawa [Kalimantan Tengah] Recorded language

Batanta [West Papua] Recorded language

Batu Tajam [Kalimantan Barat] Recorded language

Bauzi [West Papua] Recorded language

Bayan [Kalimantan Tengah] Recorded language

Bedineh [Kalimantan Barat] Recorded language

Belangit [Kalimantan Barat] Recorded language

Belawan [Kalimantan Tengah] Recorded language

Bemoyap [Kalimantan Barat] Recorded language

Bemoyo [Kalimantan Barat] Recorded language

Beneraf Eswo [West Papua] Recorded language

Benyadu: Belangin [Kalimantan Barat] Recorded language

Berusuh [Kalimantan Barat] Recorded language

Besoa [Sulawesi Selatan] Recorded language

Betawi [Indonesia] Recorded language

Biak [West Papua] Recorded language

Biak: Mapia [Indonesia] Recorded language

Biak-Numfor Group [West Papua] Recorded language

Bian Group (2) [West Papua] Recorded language

Biga [West Papua] Recorded language

Biksi [West Papua] Recorded language

Bilba [Nusa Tenggara Timur, Rote] Recorded language

Bima [Nusa Tenggara Barat] Recorded language

Bina'e [Kalimantan Barat] Recorded language

Bipim [West Papua] Recorded language

Bira [West Papua] Recorded language

Bitovondo [West Papua] Recorded language

Bku Finti [West Papua] Recorded language


Mga Balita tungkul sa Indonesia

Recording in West Papua: Testimonies about the exciting responses to recording and distribution of GRN materials in West Papua.

GRN Indonesia: The Good News brings two Korowai people to Jesus.

"There is a God who loves our people!": "Look at this picture! There is a God who loves our people!"

Merchant seafarers hear the gospel: "There was an Indonesian crew member in port recently, who took an interest in the gospel. He would not take any literature in Indonesian offered, but when I showed him the cassette in his heart language, he quickly put it into his pocket saying 'This is for me', and took it away to his cabin."

Global Recordings Network Indonesia: General information, articles, news and contact details about GRN Indonesia.

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